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BONES! By Georgia Marsland 3/4M 2010. Bones help you move, like muscles. Bones support you and let you bend and sit. ABOUT BONES!. All Bones meet at the joints. The smallest bone in your body is called the ‘Stirrup’.

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bones by georgia marsland 3 4m 2010
BONES!By Georgia Marsland 3/4M 2010
  • Bones help you move, like muscles. Bones support you and let you bend and sit.
about bones
ABOUT BONES!
                  • All Bones meet at the joints.
  • The smallest bone in your body is called the ‘Stirrup’.
  • An adult human has 206 bones in their body. With 106 in the hands feet.
  • In the centre of your bones is ‘Bone Marrow’
  • You’ll be 25 years old when your bones stop growing.
  • Bones come in all shapes and sizes.
protection
Protection!
  • The Rib Cage protects your Heart, Lungs and your liver.
  • Your Skull protects your brain.
  • Your Skin is a barrier to help keep things in or out.
  • Bike helmets are important, because the skull protects your brain and if you crash and you aren’t wearing a helmet, damage to the brain may occur.
spine
Spine
  • Your Spine contains 26 bones.
  • Your Spine allows you to bend down to pick things up or just bend.
  • Your Spine supports you and helps you stand up right and sit.
  • The spinal bone is called the ‘Vertebrae’.
interesting facts about bones
Interesting facts about bones!
  • The smallest bone in your body is the ‘Stirrup’.
  • The ‘Patella is located in your knee.
the funny bone
The Funny bone!

Have you ever felt that tingling feeling, when you have hit your elbow in just the right spot. It’s your funny bone. Named after that funny feeling after you hit it.

The funny bone isn’t actually a bone, it is a nerve that runs down your elbow, called The

‘ Ulnar Nerve’. It lets your brain know about feelings in your forth and fifth finger and also is in charge of some hand movements.

You get the funny felling when the Ulnar nerve is bumped against the humerus, the bone that starts at your elbow and goes all the way up to your shoulder.

Tapping your funny bone doesn’t damage the bone, but it sure feels strange.